Sully the service dog, who famously stood by his "boss", George H.W. Bush, in the months before the former USA president's death in November, is back to work.
He will now be based at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre. Sully's duties include "reducing stress and increasing well-being among patients and staff".
Sully was installed as a "foreman" at the hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, where he will help wounded service members, their families, and staff at the military complex.
Named after Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, the pilot who safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in New York's Hudson River, Sully was assigned to President Bush through a request on his behalf after the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush.
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At the end of the ceremony, Sully was given a quick paw shake before scurrying off to join his team of fellow facility dogs and carry on the legacy of his first owner.
He famously visited the casket of the former president during the memorial and funeral services.
In a ceremony streamed on Facebook, Sully was administered the oath of office, asking that he serve his duty "without any promise of treats or tummy rubs". "He was a loving companion when my Gampy needed him most", Jenna Bush Hager, Bush's granddaughter, posted on Twitter on Thursday.